Sometimes little is shared about this topic, but it is still an important topic: depression and guilt.
If you’ve never had depression before, it’s often difficult to understand what this mental illness can do to someone. People with depression often lose interest in things they used to enjoy. Feelings of sadness arise that last for at least two weeks and do not diminish. You are often tired, have difficulty getting out of bed in the morning, and have a feeling that the world around you is continuing, but you remain still. There are many other symptoms that can be associated with depression. Guilt is a lesser-known symptom.
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When you’re depressed, you don’t feel well, to say the least. You are sensitive and perhaps anxious as well. You often don’t feel well enough to meet up with family and/or friends, and sometimes you cancel an appointment at the last minute. You feel guilty because you are no longer the cheerful person you used to be. You feel like you can’t be there for others and that you’re letting people down. If you notice these feelings of guilt, it is important to start. It is nice to know that these feelings are very normal when you are depressed. In addition, it is a good idea to talk to a therapist and find out where these feelings are coming from and whether they are justified.
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